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The ProducersThe Mel Brooks comedy, "The Producers," (now starring Tony Danza) is playing inside the showroom at Paris Las Vegas. It is a fast, furious, and hilarious show that should win the hearts and minds of both the locals and the tourists. For the Las Vegas stage, the two-hour plus show has been cut down to ninety minutes and compresses the action into a non-stop whirlwind of slapstick riotousness. The show opened on Broadway in April of 2001, received rave reviews, and won more Tony Awards than any other show in Broadway history (12 awards, including Best Musical.) The show is based on the 1968 film and tells the story of Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom---a pair that come up with a scheme to raise money in order to create a Broadway flop and pocket the difference. They utilize the talents of Roger Debris, a flamboyant director, and work to bring to fruition, "Springtime for Hitler."
Criss AngelCriss Angel: Believe, with Cirque du Soleil is playing inside the showroom at the Luxor Hotel. This is the long awaited collaboration of two unlikely participants, and the result is something that is interesting, but not truly blended or at ease with each other yet. Right now it feels like a forced partnership, and I wonder if, during any part of the creative process, the two parties looked at each other and thought that maybe this wasn't a good idea.
Gerry McCambridgeMentalist Gerry McCambridge is performing at the V2 showroom inside the Miracle Mile shops at Planet Hollywood. His show is centered around tricks and illusions that are geared to mess with
people's minds-part magic, part psychic, part hypnotist, and part statistical analyst. "Mentalism is the art of riding the fine line between intuition and illusion," says McCambridge. "How much of each I use in a particular routine is my secret." For the most part, he does "tell" us how the gimmicks are done...with enough omission in order to keep us guessing. He tells us what is happening, but he doesn't really tell us, if that makes sense. The show is an amusing escape with plenty of different elements to keep us engaged. The routines in his show oftentimes remind me of what would be considered parlor tricks.
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